Wednesday, May 11, 2016



Once, the only thing that mattered to me was football—training, playing, and earning my place on the best team at every level. I had it all, and I threw it away with a semester of drugs, alcohol, and pissing off anyone who tried to stop me. Now I’m suspended from the team, on house arrest, and forced to spend a semester at home to get my shit together. The cherry on my fuckup sundae? Sleeping in the room next to mine is my best friend’s girl, Mia Mendez—the only woman I’ve ever loved and a reminder of everything I regret.

I’m not sure if having Mia so close will be heaven or hell. She’s off-limits—and not just because she’s working for my dad. Her heart belongs to someone else. But since the accident that killed her brother and changed everything, she walks around like a zombie, shutting out her friends and ignoring her dreams. We’re both broken, numb, and stuck in limbo.

Until I break my own rules and touch her.
Until she saves me from my nightmares by climbing into my bed.
Until the only thing I want more than having Mia for myself is to protect her from the truth.

I can’t rewrite the past, but I refuse to leave her heart in the hands of fate. For this girl, I’d climb into the sky and rearrange the stars.

SPINNING OUT is a sexy, emotional novel of 100,000 words. It is first in the Blackhawk Boys, a series of standalone novels.
THE BLACKHAWK BOYS. Football. Secrets. Lies. Passion. These boys don’t play fair. Which Blackhawk Boy will steal your heart?
Book 1 - SPINNING OUT - Coming May 3rd (Arrow's story)
Book 2 - RUSHING IN - Coming Summer 2016 (Christopher's story)
Book 3 - GOING UNDER - Coming late 2016 (Sebastian's story)


Guilt can make people do strange and terrible things. Arrow's guilt drove him to drugs, alcohol, and other illegal activity. It landed him on house arrest. Little does he know that when he shows up at his dad's house to start his sentence that Mia would be there. Not only just there, but always there as a live-in nanny to his father's new child. How is he going to survive with Mia in the room next door. Mia, the girl he desperately wanted, but couldn't have. Now more than ever.

With her father drinking his life away, it is up to Mia to pay the bills so when Mr. Woodison offered to pay her to take care of the house and his new baby she jumps at the chance. Even though working there would send her father over the edge, she figures what he doesn't know can't hurt him. Mia didn't know that Arrow would be serving his house arrest at the house when she took the job. She doesn't know if she'll be able to handle seeing him all the time. The guilt she has weighs so heavily on her that she is a shadow of her former self. Basically just going through the motions. After what she caused, she doesn't deserve a happy ending and seeing Arrow just reminds her what she did and what she could have had if she'd made different choices.

Both Arrow and Mia need to heal, but will they be able to get passed all guilt to do it? Arrow is determined to bring Mia back to her former self. He can't stand to see her walking around the house like a zombie - punishing herself for something that wasn't her fault. Arrow knows he is to blame. He just has to find a way to make everything right.

SPINNING OUT is an intensely emotional story. It is told through two timelines - present day combined with a series of flashbacks that reveal what really happened between Arrow, Mia, and Arrow's best friend Brogan leading up to a terrible accident. Will Mia be able to forgive Arrow when she finds out his involvement? What really happened that night?

Lexi Ryan sets up the next book in the series at the end of SPINNING OUT. I can't wait for Christopher's story and then Sebastian's after that.

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